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VIDEO: After U.S. shoots down Syrian fighter jet, how will Russia, Iran, & Syria respond? Presuming a response, how will NATO then respond? See where this is going?  Who’s side is President Trump really on?



VIDEO: Anonymous quantifies how the variable global chess pieces are lined up for world war 3.




Video Report: Perhaps North Korea’s previous missile test on April 29 did not fail after all. That is, according to Dr. Peter Vincent Pry, who is executive director of the Task Force on National and Homeland Security and is the chief of staff of the Congressional EMP Commission.

Pry wrote about some of those tests in a Newsmax piece last week:

I am looking at an unclassified U.S. Government chart that shows a 10-kiloton warhead (the power of the Hiroshima A-Bomb) detonated at an altitude of 70 kilometers will generate an EMP field inflicting upset and damage on unprotected electronics. …

On April 30, South Korean officials told The Korea Times and YTN TV that North Korea’s test of a medium-range missile on April 29 was not a failure, as widely reported in the world press, because it was deliberately detonated at 72 kilometers altitude. 72 kilometers is the optimum burst height for a 10-Kt warhead making an EMP attack. …

According to South Korean officials, “It’s believed the explosion was a test to develop a nuclear weapon different from existing ones.” Japan’s Tetsuro Kosaka writes in Nikkei, “Pyongyang could be saying, ‘We could launch an electromagnetic pulse (EMP) attack if things get really ugly.’”

Aaron Klein interviewed Pry about this.  Below is the full interview.




What they’re not telling you…

Infowars breaks down the latest on the London terror attack which occurred near the UK parliament and left four people dead. 



Live streaming coverage of London Terror Attack via Sky News Live.




Last week President Trump significantly escalated the US military presence in Syria, sending some 400 Marines to the ISIS-controlled Raqqa, and several dozen Army Rangers to the contested area around Manbij. According to press reports he will also station some 2,500 more US troops in Kuwait to be used as he wishes in Iraq and Syria.

Not only is it illegal under international law to send troops into another country without permission, it is also against US law for President Trump to take the country to war without a declaration. But not only is Trump’s first big war illegal: it is doomed to failure because it makes no sense.

President Trump says the purpose of the escalation is to defeat ISIS in Raqqa, its headquarters in Syria. However the Syrian Army with its allies Russia and Iran are already close to defeating ISIS in Syria. Why must the US military be sent in when the Syrian army is already winning? Does Trump wish to occupy eastern Syria and put a Washington-backed rebel government in charge? Has anyone told President Trump what that would to cost in dollars and lives – including American lives? How would this US-backed rebel government respond to the approach of a Syrian army backed up by the Russian military?

Is Trump planning on handing eastern Syria over to the Kurds, who have been doing much of the fighting in the area? How does he think NATO-ally Turkey would take a de facto Kurdistan carved out of Syria with its eyes on Kurdish-inhabited southern Turkey?

And besides, by what rights would Washington carve up Syria or any other country?

Or is Trump going to give up on the US policy of “regime change” and hand conquered eastern Syria back to Assad? If that is the case, why waste American lives and money if the Syrians and their allies are already doing the job? Candidate Trump even said he was perfectly happy with Russia and Syria getting rid of ISIS. If US policy is shifting toward accepting an Assad victory, it could be achieved by ending arms supplies to the rebels and getting out of the way.

It does not appear that President Trump or his advisors have thought through what happens next if the US military takes possession of Raqqa, Syria. What is the endgame? Maybe the neocons told him it would be a “cakewalk” as they promised before the 2003 Iraq invasion.

Part of the problem is that President Trump’s advisors believe the myth that the US “surge” in Iraq and Afghanistan was a great success and repeating it would being the victory that eluded Obama with his reliance of drones and proxy military forces. A big show of US military force on the ground – like the 100,000 sent to Afghanistan by Obama in 2009 – is what is needed in Syria, these experts argue. Rarely is it asked that if the surge worked so well why are Afghanistan and Iraq still a disaster?

President Trump’s escalation in Syria is doomed to failure. He is being drawn into a quagmire by the neocons that will destroy scores of lives, cost us a fortune, and may well ruin his presidency. He must de-escalate immediately before it is too late.
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Marines And Army Rangers Land In Syria To Speed Up ISIS Fight

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In this video, Luke Rudkowski goes over the latest Russia hysteria with Donald Trump which is induced by the left, deep state and main stream media. We go over how these assertions are wrong but also should be disappointing to any Donald Trump supporter since there a major break in his campaign promise. 




In the midst of all the chaos in Paris last night, in which the death toll has seemingly been trimmed to as low as 127, there certainly seems to be some noteworthy anomalies to be observed.  The first one being the discovery of passports identifying  the attackers.  This is creepily reminiscent of 9/11 in which an alleged hijacker’s passport had miraculously fluttered from out of the cockpit, survived the massive jet fuel 1700*F pyro blast explosion and subsequent collapse of the twin towers in which the concrete was completely pulverized into a mega dust cloud reigning down and covering all of Manhattan.  Yet the passport was magically and conveniently discovered on the streets intact on the same day!  Talk about a whacked up conspiracy theory.  They apparently think we’re all stupid enough to believe this crap.  As if terrorism rule #1 is to make sure you have your passport handy before you attack.

Terrorist passport meme

Passport required to commit atrocity

There are conflicting reports about the location of a Syrian passport being found on one of the assailers of the attack.  On one hand, French police said the document was found “near the body of one of the attackers” at the scene of the massacre in the Paris Bataclan concert hall which belonged to an asylum seeker who registered on a Greek island in October.  Nikos Toskas, the Greek minister for citizen protection issued a statement: “We confirm that the Syrian passport holder came through the Greek island of Leros on October 3 where he was registered under EU rules.”

However, Reuters citing sources close to the investigation said the passport was found near the body of one of the suicide bombers who blew himself up on Friday near a Paris soccer stadium.

In addition to the confirmed Syrian bomber, the police have also identified a second terrorist from the Paris attack.

The second attacker was carrying an Egyptian passport when the body was discovered.
European security officials had long feared that jihadists might take advantage of the mass migration influx, that Europe has been experiencing since the beginning of the year.  Greece’s junior minister for migration Yiannis Mouzalas had admitted in September that it would be “foolish” to completely disregard the possibility of jihadists sneaking into Europe among the refugee wave.  Over 800,000 people have crossed the Mediterranean to Europe this year.

But Mouzalas noted that the number of Europeans joining extremist groups in the Middle East was far higher.

“The opposite is happening. They leave from here and go over there,” he said.

Meanwhile, witnesses reported hearing at least two of the terrorists at the Bataclan Theatre speaking perfect French.  According to French daily El Figaro, investigators have recordings of two of the terrorists at the Bataclan communicating in French.
Another anomaly is being reported by France Info Radio.  Another tell-tale hallmark sign of a false flag element running parallel with the attacks.   There were massive drills being staged in Paris on the day of the attacks.  This is huge news because so often we see drills being carried out at the same time as real events unfold, and this of course is no coincidence. In the video below, Patrick Pelloux, an EMT and chronicler at Charlie Hebdo speaks of a planned multi sight attack exercise at the Paris SAMU (EMT) on the same morning, “…so we were prepared.  What needs to be known is there was a mobilization of police forces, firemen, EMTs, associations who came (to participate).  And we tried to save as many people as possible.”  To learn more of the common use of emergency/military drills running simultaneously alongside of real world terrorism events, click here.

We now come to perhaps the most disturbing anomaly as pointed out by International Business Times.  More than 115 people were killed during a hostage crisis before police SWAT teams stormed the Bataclan theater in central Paris at around 1 a.m. Saturday local time, freeing an unknown number of victims and killing three terror suspects, according to a live TV broadcast by CNN.  The Paris SWAT team waited around two hours before entering the building, despite tweets from hostages suggesting that the terrorists were killing people indiscriminatelyIt was not immediately clear how many hostages died before the rescue operation took place, but it’s likely the length of time the police waited will be the subject of scrutiny in the aftermath of the attacks, according to an expert in hostage situations and counterterrorism. “In this case, the police tactical teams should have just gone in straight away, using the quickest preliminary plan they had,” said former Army Special Forces Col. Steve Bucci, now director of the Center for Foreign and National Security Policy at the Heritage Foundation, a Washington, D.C., think tank. “With their high level of training they could have gone in and used their instincts to resolve this situation quickly.”

Why in the world would the SWAT team wait for 2 hours?  Who is going to explain that? It’s as if the Bataclan theatre massacre was ALLOWED TO HAPPEN to maximize the casualties.  All I’m saying is that there is much more happening than meets the eye and with these kinds of questions, the door is certainly open to give consideration to the whole entire false flag concept.  Yes, real people have lost their lives and many people in America are highly sympathetic and praying for the people of Paris, and rightly so.  Funny though, I don’t recall people on social media altering their profile pics with shades of the Russian flag when the passenger plane blew up over Egypt which killed MORE people.  And I didn’t notice a single call to pray for the Russians.  Oh, but I guess we are supposed to believe Russia is our enemy and France is our friend.  What do you think?





PARIS France was rocked by multiple, near simultaneous attacks on entertainment sites around Paris on Friday evening and French media said at least 158 people were killed, including 118 hostages being held at the Paris Bataclan concert hall where 2 suspects are said to have been killed by police according to BFMTV.  France News 24 is reporting that the terrorists threw explosives into the crowd as police raided the building.  Police reportedly arrested one suspect who allegedly claimed to be with ISIS.

Vice President Joe Biden: “Our hearts are with Paris tonight…we stand together. We will never bow. We will never break.”

The Eiffel Tower has gone black and the French President is en route to the scene of the massacre at the concert venue.

France is a gun free zone.  So perhaps this situation could have been averted or at the very least minimized if the people had the capacity to defend themselves with the right to bear arms/concealed carry.




Anti-Terrorist Hacker Group Reveals 40 ISIS Websites Protected by US Tech Firm


The terrorist organization ISIS is known to promote its activities by exploiting the open nature of the Internet. This includes recruiting through social networks like Facebook and Twitter, and using sites like YouTube to publish propaganda videos.

It also make use of available Web services to guard its sites against cyberattacks and hide its locations.

According to information provided by anti-terrorist hacker group GhostSec, close to 40 pro-ISIS websites are using the services of a Silicon Valley company called CloudFlare. CloudFlare is a content delivery network that provides services to speed up websites and render them virtually immune to distributed denial of service, or DDS, cyberattacks that can overload websites to bring them offline.

Among the sites, 34 are for spreading propaganda, 4 are terrorist forums, and 2 offer technical services. A brief perusal of the sites showed they heap praise on ISIS, promote terrorist attacks, and some are used as chatrooms for extremists.

ISIS recruiters on social media often direct people to these websites, according to “WauchulaGhost,” a cyberoperations director with GhostSec.

GhostSec’s attempts to disrupt these sites have run into problems as ISIS recruiters have turned to Web services to block its efforts.

WauchulaGhost said CloudFlare hides the origin of the sites, and “with the site being ‘hidden’ it’s harder to be taken down, not only by us, but by our own government as well.”

Many online efforts used by ISIS go through open services, and this places providers of these services in a difficult spot. Sites like Google regularly index websites both good and bad, and ISIS terrorists can create new Facebook and Twitter accounts as quickly as they’re pulled offline.

According to CloudFlare spokeswoman Daniella Vallurupalli, they’re in a similar position. She said in an email that CloudFlare has more than a million customers, and close to 5,000 new sites register with its services each day.

Digital Counterterrorism

GhostSec is an affiliate of the Anonymous hacker collective. GhostSec launches cyberattacks against ISIS recruiting websites, and occasionally passes information on planned terrorist attacks to government agencies.

WauchulaGhost said when they find information on threats, they forward it to the government, yet noted they “do not work for the gov in any way shape or form.”

“We do this as a free service to not only the USA but to all countries of the world. Ghost Security’s mission is to eliminate the online presence of the Islamic State extremist group,” he said.

Earlier this year, their information helped thwart a planned ISIS terrorist attack in Tunisia, and may have stopped a similar attack on New York City.

The work that GhostSec is doing is … making it harder for people to find ways to communicate with them. We are slowing down their communication process.

— WauchulaGhost, GhostSec, anti-terrorism hacker group

Some hacker groups that launch attacks against terrorist websites, however, have had conflicts with CloudFlare over its policy for websites that promote terrorism.

For example, CloudFlare was provided a list of terrorist sites, but its apparent practice is not to revoke service for sites based on content, unless it is ordered to by authorities. Vallurupalli said, “CloudFlare will comply with all valid U.S. court orders and we work with law enforcement authorities and honor valid legal requests.”

CloudFlare’s position was outlined in a Aug. 9, 2013, blog post from CloudFlare CEO Matthew Prince, which Vallurupalli referenced in response to questions about its policies.

“One of the greatest strengths of the United States is a belief that speech, particularly political speech, is sacred. A website, of course, is nothing but speech,” Prince stated.

CloudFlare has been accused of providing service to similar sites in the past. Prince’s response was, “A website is speech. It is not a bomb.”

Prince generally takes a strong stance against censorship, and seems to regard censorship of any kind as a slippery slope, which he prefers to avoid.

He also said CloudFlare does not monitor content of websites using its services, stating, “We do not believe that ‘investigating’ the speech that flows through our network is appropriate. In fact, we think doing so would be creepy.”

Between Speech and Violence

CloudFlare’s stance has concerned many hackers trying to fight digital terrorism. GhostSec, Anonymous, and other groups are launching cyberattacks against ISIS websites in efforts to stop ISIS from spreading its propaganda and recruiting new members.

From their vantage, which includes going toe-to-toe with ISIS recruiters online and at times monitoring terrorist online discussions, the websites used by ISIS aren’t just about speech, but the promotion of violence—and the consequence could be the loss of innocent lives.

Websites used by ISIS aren’t just about speech, but the promotion of violence.

The cyber-campaign, which they call “OpISIS,” runs into trouble when they find ISIS websites that have been rendered immune to their cyberattacks by using CloudFlare.

While CloudFlare doesn’t host the sites directly, WauchulaGhost notes some of the sites use “Always On Technology,” which means “even if the site goes offline, a cached copy is on CloudFlare’s servers.”

“If it stores cached content, isn’t it hosting as well?” WauchulaGhost stated.

CloudFlare also offers free services, but according to WauchulaGhost, security certificates (SSL certificates) used by many of the ISIS websites show it is using CloudFlare’s paid services.

WauchulaGhost noted they are seeing more and more about ISIS in the news, and shared their concerns that “if these sites remain up it will just cause more damage, more attacks.”

“The work that GhostSec is doing is slowing down this process,” WauchulaGhost said. “We are making it harder for people to find ways to communicate with them. We are slowing down their communication process.”